This is the list of the best beaches in Italy according to our visitors. We hope you will enjoy visiting them.
MARASUSA, TROPEA (CALABRIA, Southern Italy)
Marasusa is one of the most beautiful beaches in Tropea. It has clear sand and transparent water. The sand of Tropea has very thick grains that resemble small pebbles that make the water incredibly beautiful and transparent.
TORRE S.ANTONIO (CALABRIA, Southern Italy)
It is hidden in front of the Tower of the same name. Its main feature is the beautiful green reserve that slopes down to the beach. In the green area are lovingly protected and protected protected plants.
CALA GRANARA, ISLAND OF SPARGI (SARDINIA, Central Italy)
Cala Granara, on the Island of Spargi, in the Maddalena Archipelago, can be traded for a tropical island. is surrounded by palm trees and luxuriant vegetation.
CABINET OF STALETTI, CATANZARO (CALABRIA, Southern Italy)
In the Squillace Gulf is one of the most beautiful beaches in Calabria, set amongst the natural beauty of the Aranci Coast.
BEACH OF THE TWO SORELLE, CONERO (MARCHE, Central Italy)
The Two Sisters beach can only be reached by boat or with tours that depart from Porto Numana. And it is precisely from the sea that this beach gives the best of itself, making the emerald reflections of the Adriatic very visible.
CALA PULCINO, LAMPEDUSA (SICILY, Southern Italy)
To reach it you must walk along a path between rocks and Mediterranean scrub for about half an hour. It is a white sand beach facing the intense blue sea of the Mediterranean.
CALA GOLORITZE, BAUNEI (SARDINIA, Central Italy)
Cala Goloritze is so beautiful and special that is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage since 1995. The beach is small but the sand is ivory color and the incredibly transparent sea.
LUNA CHAIR, PONZA (LAZIO, Central Italy)
Chiaia di Luna is the most famous beach in the Pontine Islands. It’s a thin strip of sand that forms a crescent moon surmounted by a cliff. it can only be reached by sea.
SANSONE BEACH, ELBA ISLAND (TUSCANY , Central Italy)
The Samsonian beach is one of the most amazing and famous on the Elbe Island. It is also ideal for families with children thanks to the low and sweet backdrop.
TURKEY SCALE, REALMONTE (SICILY, Southern Italy)
An immense white rock wall shaped by wind and water erosion is known as the Turk’s ladder. The stories tell us that the Ottomans have used this natural landing place to hide and loot nearby neighbors.
HUNTING POULTRY, LECCE (PUGLIA, Southern Italy)
Punta Prosciutto is the most beautiful and uncontaminated area of Porto Cesareo, on the Ionian side of Salento. The water is transparent and so clear that it seems to be in the Caribbean.
PUNTA OF INFRESCHI, QUILT (CAMPANIA, Southern Italy)
Tip of the Infreschi is a wild and uncontaminated area of Marina di Camerota. It is part of the Protected Sea Coast of the Infreschi and the Masseta.
VIOLIN CASS, GROSSETO (TUSCANY, Central Italy)
Cala Violina is a cove of the Grossetana Maremma which is part of the Scarlino Bandite Nature Reserve. The beach is narrow between two promontories and is famous for the finest white sand.
THE BEACH OF AEREUTA TO GAETA, LATINA (LAZIO, Central Italy)
The spiaggai of the aonauture between Sperlonga and Gaeta is also known as the Beach of the 300 steps, the ones needed to reach it. The beach is not crowded even in August due to the shortage of parking lots, especially in the nudist and gay friendly area.
BHA OF SILENCE, SESTRI, GENOA (LIGURIA, Northern Italy)
Bay of Silence is nestled between the colorful houses of Sestri Levante and hosts a fishing port. The frame makes it unique.
BEACH OF SAN MICHELE, SIROLO (MARCHE, Central Italy)
The San Michele Beach is immersed in the green of Mount Conero and is made of sand and gravel. The north end ends at the beach of Sassi Neri, which takes its name from the dark rocks that can be seen in its backdrops.
BAY OF ERCHIE, AMALFI (CAMPANIA, Southern Italy)
The bay of Erchie is a small fishing village halfway between Salerno and Amalfi. The bay is closed between two rock walls. The main beach is connected to more lonely coves like Cauco, which can be reached by boat.
CALA CORSARA, SPARGI (SARDINIA, Central Italy)
Cala Corsara is located in the southern part of the island of Spargi, in the Maddalena Archipelago. It is only reachable by sea and consists of four beaches where endemic plants, roses and sea lilies grow.
BEACH BEACH, ELBA ISLAND (TUSCANY, Central Italy)
The beach of cabbage is one of the best known of Elba. It is protected by the North Captain’s hills and has white and granular sand. The beach is divided into two parts, one with establishments and services and the other suitable for those who prefer tranquility.
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